For over a quarter century, N-acetyl-L-cysteine (NAC) has been sold in dietary supplements. But FDA said in December 2020 warning letters that the ingredient doesn’t belong in supplements because it was first approved as a drug in 1963.
Host Josh Long, legal & regulatory editor, sits down with a roundtable of experts to weigh in on the controversy:
- Jim Emme, CEO, NOW Health Group
- Megan Olsen, vice president and associate general counsel, Council for Responsible Nutrition (CRN)
- Kevin Bell, partner and co-chair of the Dietary Supplements industry team, Arnall Golden Gregory
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